The following is a sampling of calls taken by the Portales Police Department Oct. 8. According to the reports:
• At 2:32 a.m. a caller advised that a man, who appears drunk is parked in front of local store in a gray car.
• At 5:08 a.m. a caller on North Main advised that two masked Hispanic men beat him over the head and stole his wallet and truck.
• At 9:10 a.m. a caller requested an ambulance for an unconscious, unresponsive subject on North Avenue A.
• At 10:22 a.m. a caller reported a missing license plate from her vehicle located on North Indio.
• At 1:17 p.m. a caller reported a maroon Blazer driving reckless in the area of South Avenue E.
• At 1:24 p.m. a caller reported that a child was in the Emergency Room at Roosevelt General after being bitten by a dog.
• At 9:43 p.m. a caller on Texas Drive reported having chest pains, shortness of breath, and upset stomach. He was transported to RGH by ambulance.
• At 11:49 a.m. a caller reported a non-injury accident at Fifth and Avenue A. A short time later an officer requested a case number for a stolen vehicle at the same location.
• At 2:24 p.m. a caller reported a large hole on South Avenue I on private property.
• At 2:37 p.m. a caller reported an accident involving a light pole on West 2nd Street.
• At 2:39 p.m. a caller reported a burglary of a weed eater on South Avenue B.
• At 5:24 p.m. a caller reported his brother stealing his wallet on South Main.
• At 7:07 p.m. a caller reported a two car accident on North Chicago blocking traffic. Ambulance was requested but all parties refused transport.
• At 10 p.m. a caller reported her car was hit at work on South Avenue L.
• At 9:15 a.m. a caller reported he found two bikes in his backyard on South H Place.
• At 9:56 a.m. a caller reported two males parked in front of his daughters house on South Avenue B. An arrest was made at the address for an outstanding warrant
• At 8:20 a.m. a caller reported a widow broken out of a van parked at an office on East First Street.
• At 7:11 p.m. a caller reported a neighbor’s water heater had exploded. No flames were present when police arrived and all occupants were out of the home without injury.
• At 1:46 a.m. a caller told police he saw two male subjects who looked like they were breaking into a storage building on S. Main. He stated they ran away when they saw him.
• At 7:04 a.m. a man on N. Main called to report a case of breaking and entering and auto burglary that happened Monday.
• At 8:01 a.m. an officer was dispatched to take a report concerning theft of 13 oak trees from the softball complex.
• Police were busy on East Canadian after report of a wallet being found was taken at 9:35 a.m. The investigating officer requested a case number for criminal damage and arrested a subject on a bench warrant all in the same neighborhood.
• At 9:56 a.m. police arrested a male subject running out of a business on North Main. He was in possession of narcotics and arrested.
• At 3:36 p.m. officers requested a case number for a narcotics violation on North Boston
• At 5:42 p.m. a caller on Yucca Drive reported her vehicle had been broken into and some items were taken.
• At 6:49 p.m. a caller reported that several males had tried to assault him while he was walking his dogs in the area of South Abilene.
• At 8:30 p.m. a caller reported seeing someone in the shed in front of his house on W. Lime but the suspect ran off.
• At 8:45 p.m. a caller on East Second reported that a vehicle had hit his building sometime during the day and left without reporting it.
At 5:08 a.m. police received a call from a man on South Avenue I in a foot pursuit with a male subject. Police took a burglary report at the address.
The following disposition was recently filed in district court:
• Sonya Baros, 34, pleaded guilty to selling or giving alcohol to a minor and is ordered to serve an 18-month suspended sentence, complete 18 months of probation and pay $100 in fines.
The following dispositions were recently filed in magistrate court:
• Albert Narro, 43, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphenalia and possession of marijuana and is ordered to serve 728 days in jail and pay $462 in fines.
• Sam Villanueva, 45, pleaded guilty to driving on revocation and no insurance and is ordered to serve a 364-day sentence (334 days suspended) and 334 days of probation and pay $630 in fines.
• Dylan Radcliff, 18, pleaded guilty to minor in possession and is ordered to serve one year of probation, complete 30 hours of community service and pay $1,167 in fines ($900 suspended).
• John Scmidt, 23, pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence and roadways laned for traffic and is ordered to serve a 90-day suspended sentence and 364 days probation, attend the ASPEN program, complete DWI school, complete 48 hours of community service, install an ingnition interlock device and pay $280 in fines.
The following marriages were filed in the Roosevelt County Courthouse:
• Chance Aguirri, 18, and Sarah Wilson, 18, both of Portales.
• Christopher Hutchinson, 22, and Debbie Tomlinson, 21, both of Portales.
AARP meets for program on hospice
The Roosevelt County AARP chapter will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Community Room at Golden Acres. The program will be presented by Jackie Lara from VistaCare.
Lara will speak about how only a small fraction of the hospice benefit is used by eligible patients. It is the mission of VistaCare to bring this benefit to as many eligible patients as possible.
There will be a board meeting preceding the general meeting, at 1:30 p.m.
Social workers meet Tuesday in Clovis
The National Association of Social Workers-New Mexico chapter is hosting two outreach meetings. In June the board of NASW-NM approved formation of the eastern New Mexico program unit to help social workers and the social work profession enhance its community outreach.
The first of two kick off meetings will be held from noon to 1 p.m. at the Occupational Training Center room 115 at New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work at Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell campus in Roswell. The second meeting is from noon to 1 p.m. at Clovis Community College, room 104.
Presenters are Pat Tyrrell, NASW-NM executive director and Valerie Shines Warmly Pacini, NASW-NM eastern program unit chair. Social work students and practicing social workers are welcome. Light lunch is provided.